Recruitment firm hires YPP graduate

| 21/11/2014 | 0 Comments
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Sharon Woodman

(CNS Business): SteppingStones has recently hired a young Caymanian mother they met while volunteering for the Young Parents Programme. Sharon Woodman was introduced to the company through the programme when the local recruitment firm volunteered by providing seminars and workshops on resumé writing, interview preparation, worth ethics and other relevant subjects.

Woodman was initially hired on a part-time basis but has now accepted a fulltime administrator role for the company.
The government-run Young Parents Programme was developed by the Children and Family Services Department to provide training and work placement assistance for young mothers in the Cayman Islands.

“We were more than happy to volunteer our services to a great program like YPP, and always on the lookout to do our part to develop the homegrown talent here in Cayman. Sharon is a perfect example of the benefits companies like ours can receive from getting involved with these valuable programmes,” explained Milly Serpell, Managing Director at SteppingStones.

Woodman graduated from John Gray High School and is also a graduate of the National Workforce Development Agency Passport2Success Program.

She joined the Steppingstones Recruitment team in summer 2014 as an Administrative Assistant and immediately embarked on further professional development by taking advantage of SteppingStones courses, such as How to be an Exceptional Receptionist and volunteering for the After School Program.

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